Evaluating Spatiotemporal Consistency of Secondary Office Market Data
AbstractThis article examines variations among three widely used secondary information sources for aggregate office-supply data in the Atlanta MSA. "Market Analysis Surfaces" (MAS) are used in the study to bypass problems of geo-boundary match among submarkets and to efficiently compress, represent, manipulate, scan, and analyze the data. The study finds excessive variations and inconsistencies among the alternative sources: in simple quantitative terms, in spatial structure of reported market activities, and in spatiotemporal changes in data.
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Volume (Year): 5 (1990)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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